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according to Eulers Relationship:

e^{j[tex]\alpha[/tex]}=cos[tex]\alpha[/tex]+jsin[tex]\alpha[/tex]

on the other hand I have equation:

V_{t}=V_{0}cos wt

and it can be rewritten as:

V_{t}=V_{0}e^{jwt}

where V is voltage in AC (see link below)

http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/Hbase/electric/impcom.html" [Broken]

In this casecos wtis at the place ofcos[tex]\alpha[/tex], but what I can't understand is,where didjsin [tex]\alpha[/tex]go?

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# Homework Help: Eulers Relationship

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